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Heads must roll after the Zuma fiasco

By unknown | Sep 16, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Heads must roll after the court ruling on Friday in the Jacob Zuma case.

Heads must roll after the court ruling on Friday in the Jacob Zuma case.

The country really was held to ransom by individuals who used state machinery to pursue and settle political scores.

South Africa is now divided because some believe that Zuma has a case to answer, while others firmly believe he was being targeted and barred from ascending to the highest office in the land.

That division is also seen within the ANC and it will take time to unite the country since it is not easy to change mindsets.

It might be better if the culprits openly apologised to Zuma and the entire nation. The nation is bleeding because of certain individuals who abused their positions of power.

Zuma was not only the victim, we have also seen plots to oust Blade Nzimande. Remember the R500000 money-in-a-bag saga?

Zwelinzima Vavi was also a victim when the credit card saga was exposed. Fikile Mbalula felt the heat when he was linked to Brett Kebble's money and Julius Malema was also labelled as the most stupid ANCYL president ever.

The list is endless and the country is bleeding. The bleeding wound needs to be bandaged now, not in 2009.

To heal the nation the wrongdoers must go public and ask for forgiveness as happened in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

Moses Manake, Soweto


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